Program Officer for Black Student Success
Marcy Bradley serves as the program officer for Black Student Success. She has been a nonprofit leader committed to improving educational outcomes for Oregon’s most vulnerable children for more than 25 years. She knows firsthand that when given the appropriate supports, every child can realize their full potential. Marcy considers it a privilege to have led the development and implementation of interventions for early childhood school readiness, K-12 education success, college access, career pathways, workforce readiness programs, parent involvement, anti-poverty and family stabilization services over the course of her career. She holds a Master’s degree in education from Boston University.
What motivates you?
“If we do not figure out a way to create equity in education, we are not going to survive as a healthy society. I envision schools in Oregon where disparities do not exist because educational opportunities and life opportunities provide children and families what they need to succeed.”